2009 - Porsche Boxster on 2040-cars
Klamath Falls, Oregon, United States
You are bidding on a 2009 Porsche Boxster that has been garage kept, by a non-smoker with no kids and meticulously maintained. This beautiful car is still under a certified pre-owned warranty up to 100,000 miles or until 2/2015, so buy with 100% confidence without the dealer up pricing. I've done my best to show the quality and condition of this car with the description and the photos but feel free to ask any questions or concerns you may have. This is a pickup only item, but I will do what I can from my end if you want to have it shipped, but all expenses are up to the buyer. I love this car and have treated it as such while I have owned it. I am also including the original 17" chrome rims with center caps x 4 in like new condition at no additional cost (photos upon request). Options: -PDK , Automatic-$3,500 upgrade -Keyless Entry -AC -Traction Control -Stability Control -ABS -Power steering -Tilt and telescoping steering wheel -Power windows -Power door locks -Cruise control -Dual airbags -Side airbags -Head curtain airbags -AM/FM Stereo -MP3 (single disc) -Bose Premium sound -Auxiliary outlet for Ipod -Communication Management system -Heated Leather seats -Dual power seats -Heated steering wheel -Power soft top (can be put up or down at up to 30 mph) -Rear spoiler (comes out automatically at 70 mph or manually with the push of a button) -Premium 19" Chrome rims -Bi-HID Headlights w/ washers -Two cup holders -2 CD holders -All paperwork from services available -Just replaced the front brakes and the rear tires. The front tires have about 50% tread life left.
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Auto blogFri, 03 Jan 2014
The Porsche Carrera GT involved in the November crash that killed Fast and Furious star Paul Walker and racer Roger Rodas was traveling at speeds above 100 miles per hour before Rodas lost control for "unknown reasons," according to a report from the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office that has been acquired by The Hollywood Reporter.
Once control was lost, the Porsche spun, hit a curb and then impacted a tree and a light post, then it spun 180 degrees and hit another tree before erupting in flames, the report said. Neither Walker nor Rodas were under the influence of any drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident, according to toxicology reports conducted by the coroner.
As for the future of the Fast and Furious franchise, a separate by The Hollywood Reporter claims director James Wan, writer Chris Morgan and Universal Studios will move forward with the seventh installment in the franchise, which was only partially completed when Walker was killed.
Porsche had a lot to crow about at the Frankfurt Motor Show last week. Not only did it debut the new 50 Years edition and Turbo versions of the 911 and the new hybrid and diesel versions of the Panamera, but while unveiling the final production version of the new 918 Spyder, it revealed the record lap it set around the Nürburgring.
The 918 Spyder's 6:57 lap time makes it the fastest street-legal production car ever to lap the Nordschleife and the first to break the seven-minute barrier. But the driver who clocked the time thinks it can go even faster.
That driver was Marc Lieb, who has won the Nürburgring 24-hour race four times, making him something of an expert on the subject. In speaking with Australia's Drive TV, Lieb suggested that they could get even more out of the car, as you can hear for yourself in the video below.
Porsche marketers are having a field day with the 918 Spyder after some last-minute tuning improved the car's performance. They now say that it's so fast it's already beaten itself. Let us explain: Using a Weissach package-equipped 918 as an example (which reduces the plug-in hybrid supercar's weight through the deletion of some interior items, more generous use of carbon fiber and magnesium wheels), the car's previous official 0-62 miles-per-hour time of 2.8 seconds has been cut to 2.6. Additionally, 0-124 mph takes 7.2 seconds and 0-186 mph is dispatched in 19.9 seconds, times that were reduced by half a second and 2.1 seconds, respectively.
In all-electric mode, a non-Weissach pack 918 does 0-62 mph in 6.2 seconds (with the package, 6.1 seconds), down from 6.9 seconds. Efficiency is also improved thanks to the final tuning. The New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) rating of a Weissach pack-equipped car equates to 94 miles per gallon, up three mpg compared to before. That's pretty good for a car with 887 horsepower!
Check out the press release below for more details on how Porsche's final tuning measures improved its flagship supercar.